Ross Virginia

Ross Virginia, Director of the Institue of Arctic Studies, is attending the GLACIER meeting in Anchorage, Alaska, along with foreign ministers of the eight countries that belong to the Arctic Council and observer states.

Ruth Heindel with exhibit

An exhibit of drawings and photographs by Ruth Heindel, a PhD student in earth sciences, highlights her field work in Greenland and Antarctica. Her work is also available through Etsy. 

Female Mosquitoes

Postdoctoral Fellow Lauren Culler has published research showing warming temperatures are causing Arctic mosquitoes to grow faster and emerge earlier.

Mendenhall Glacier

Ross Virginia, Director of the Institute of Arctic Studies, co-authors Project Syndicate opinion on keeping the Arctic a zone of cooperation in the face of tensions. 

Skytem 2015

Research show beneath Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys lies a salty aquifer that may support previously unknown microbial ecosystems and retain evidence of ancient climate change. Read the story in Dartmouth Now.

Greenland research

Read a new report on Dartmouth graduate student research in Greenland. Science and the social and political issues of rapid environmental change have the potential to affect environmental policies worldwide. 

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